• Amy Waldman

    2012 Seattle Reads Amy Waldman, May 4

    Amy Waldman's acclaimed debut novel asks hard questions about the American values of tolerance, diversity, and community. Amy discusses "The Submission" at the Central Library as part of Seattle Reads.

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  • The Submission

    2012 Seattle Reads - Book-It Repertory Theatre staged readings from 'The Submission'

    Book-It Repertory Theatre presents staged readings from Amy Waldman's "The Submission," adapted by Rachel Atkins and directed by Book-It director of touring, Annie Lareau.

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  • Oklahoma City Memorial

    Sydney Dobson, April 25

    Sydney Dobson shows images and describes the process of developing the Oklahoma City Memorial.

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  • Julia Alvarez

    Julia Alvarez, April 20

    Julia Alvarez talks about her travel memoir "A Wedding in Haiti" that details trips to Haiti, to attend her young friend Piti's wedding and later to see if the family survived the earthquake.

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  • Sa'ad Ansari

    Sa'ad Ansari, April 12

    Sa'ad Ansari and Steve Scher, host of KUOW's "Weekday," for an onstage conversation about Park51 Community Center. In 2010, plans for this Islamic community center two blocks from ground zero exploded into controversy.

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  • Judy Simon

    Judy D. Simon, April 4

    Judy D. Simon, April 4
    You don't have to spend your entire budget to eat healthy foods -- get tips on how to buy good-for-you foods on a tight budget. Judy D. Simon, a dietitian & nutritionist at the UW Medical Center, gives practical and nutritional tips that stretch your pocket book and expand your healthy food choices.

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  • Daniel Okrent

    Daniel Okrent, April 2

    Daniel Okrent, April 2
    The 2012 A. Scott Bullitt Lecture in American History. Historian and journalist Daniel Okrent discusses "Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition" onstage with KUOW Public Radio's Steve Scher.

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  • Douglas Adkins

    Douglas Adkins, March 28

    Douglas Adkins explores the history of Dorade, the most famous ocean racing yacht in the world.

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  • Geoff Dyer

    Geoff Dyer, March 16

    Geoff Dyer explores the mysteries of a film that has haunted him ever since he saw it 30 years ago.

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  • Jodi Picoult

    Jodi Picoult, March 8

    New York Times bestselling novelist Jodi Picoult reads from her newest novel, "Lone Wolf" -- a taut, engrossing family drama exploring ethical dilemmas.

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